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In 1875, Oliver Lewis became the first jockey to win the Kentucky Derby, America's longest continuous sporting event.

Unidentified Child, Paintsville, Kentucky, 1930. Photo by Lewis W Hine via icphoto

Historic Locust Grove, Louisville, Kentucky: Locust Grove is a National Historic Landmark and a suggested stop for those re-enacting the Lewis & Clark expedition.

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Lewis and Clark Interactive Notebook

Lewis and Clark Interactive Notebook Activities, which works for both print and Google Drive™, is a great stand alone mini-Interactive Notebook activity or an add-on section for a Social Studies Interactive Notebook.

Fonso | Winner of the 6th Kentucky Derby | 1880 | Jockey: G. Lewis | 5-Horse Field | $3,800 prize

George Rogers Clark, portrait by Matthew Jouett

Joseph Horace Lewis (October 29, 1824 – July 6, 1904) was an American lawyer, military leader & politician. He served as a brigadier general in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War, & later a U.S. Representative from Kentucky & justice of the KY Court of Appeals, the court of last resort in Kentucky at the time. Lewis was born near Glasgow, KY. Lewis attained his early education in the local public schools. He then matriculated to Centre College in Danville, KY

State line at Cumberland Gap.My heart will always be in Kentucky, but God planted me in Virginia & now that's where I call home:-)